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are turned back on they will be moved back out of their hotel and moved back home. >> katie: thank you. >> more breaking news, highway patrol is investigating a fatal crash on northbound 101 in novato. two vehicles collided. the coroner's office have been called to the scene but there are no details on the person that died at the scene. >> a strange 30 hours for things coming out from space. giant asteroid that came close to earth. meteor exploded over russia and the meteor streaked across the bay area sky. >> reports are coming in from around the bay but mostly on the peninsula. a bright blue light streaking across the western sky. someone claiming to have recorded the meteor while driving down 280 posted a video on youtube. another witness said it is what he saw as well. we caught up with people that saw it at ocean beach in san francisco. >> it looked like a flash of lightning. it was quick. it happened i thought twice. >> we saw two lights, right over there. >> the whole bay, it was crazy. >> apparently there was another bright meteor seen in the sky. maybe not as bright as the one
a commitment to truth and justice and never waivers. >> katie: brentwood union school district has suspended merely grant. it came after sex special session yesterday. they didn't say why grant was put on leave. a teacher in the district who was convicted of quick ago student with autism three years ago. >> a man trusted with their children is accused of violating that trust. an eat bay teacher and performer has been arrested on suspicion of child molestation. sergio quintana has the story from walnut creek. >> he has played a clown and other roles. they charged him with preying on one young victim. they started the investigation in november. >> a female juvenile and the parents reported that and he was sending inappropriate text messages to the young female. a three mo long investigation revealed several crimes. >> he was charged with two misdemeanors and two felonies including child molestation. he was worked as an acting instructor and taught improv classes. he was fired months ago when they learned he was under investigating. parents were shocked to learn about the charges. >> as a teach
. an acquaintance of the victim, jeffrey michael shiflett, has been charged with murdering katie hadel. >> it is clear that katie hadel was afraid of jeffrey michael shiflett. she told police he made threatening phone calls. police picked up jeffrey michael shiflett wednesday morning when they spotted him walking along a road in right chester town. he went to katie hadel's apartment the night before and stopped her to death. >> forced entry into the home. we found the victim stabbed to death in her bedroom. there were two small children in the home as well. >> jeffrey michael shiflett is charged with first-degree murder. this is not his first contact with police. he was just released from prison in december. there were several warrants out for his arrest since then. katie hadel told police he threatened her many times. police came up with a plan meant to keep per se just five days before she was killed. according to investigators, she agreed to stay at her mother's home. >> police agreed to make regular stops several times a day to check in at the mother's house to make sure everything
. police will be back in force despite the bad weather searching for answers. >> katie: stay with us for continuing coverage of the policeman hunt. we will update you here on any new developments. >> bank of america branch in oakland, they say a san jose man 28-year-old man had plotted to blow up the bank with a truck bomb. as reporter sergio quintana reports an undercover operation spoiled the deadly plot. >> reporter: according to federal court documents, he planned to bomb this bank of america in oakland went like clockwork right up until he tried to set off the bomb with a cellphone. that is when the f.b.i. swooped in and arrested him. john burgess you a the early morning action. >> it was about 2:00 in the morning and f.b.i. agents were all around here. >> in reality an undercover agent kept close tabs by posing as a taliban operative. as part of his plan. f.b.i. says he first wanted to bomb the san francisco federal reserve. he decided that wasn't good enough and he chose the bank of america site. five gallons would have been the basic pieces. bomb. agents say he also purchased
this morning. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo is live in new orleans. but we begin here in san francisco with abc7 news reporter kira klapper. >> good morning to you, carolyn. you are right. excitement is intensifying. we are here right in front of the ferry building with market street meets the embarcadero. slowly as the morning progresses we are seeing more and more people coming out in their niners red and gold. some people running into the ferry building for last minute supplies for their super bowl parties. we have footage from the march raina district yesterday where people were buying up everything that they could with 49ers low goes on it. 49er characters at suzie's cakes were in excess of $100. one 49er fan from the central valley told me this morning he's already stocked up to watch the game as home with his family and he's keeping his eye on one player in particular. >> colin kaepernick. i'm from modesto and we just want to see a local hero finish the deal and get the sixth superbowl that the niners certainly deserve. >> any predictions? >> i think the 49ers will win. it will
. >> if anyone knows some of what little ethan is going through, it's katie beers. >> it was 20 years ago, the story of the long island girl who was kidnapped, imprisoned, tortured and finally rescued. katie recently broke her silence to reporter jennifer mclogan. >> i have had to fight to survive. it's been such a long road to recovery. >> reporter: katie beers disappeared as a neglected 9- year-old. the entire nation galvinized her until she was found held in this hole in the ground for 17 days. >> the remembering process has been a little difficult because i buried it for so long. >> reporter: as it turns out, katie had grown up in a profoundly neglected home where she suffered emotional and sexual abuse. >> reporter: you would never harm katie? >> never. i liked her. i loved her. >> reporter: despite his denials at the time it was her neighbor john p p -- espozito who kidnapped her. >> i was there moments after she was removed from the underground bunker, very proud of her, not surprised, though. >> reporter: 20 years later the top cop who led the kidnap investigation was reunite
a moment and thank her incredible staff, kenny blackstone and soon to be supervisor katie tang with whom we look forward to serving together, who helped to draft what i think is an outstanding resolution. and just a couple points from it. whereas supervisor carmen chu has served the people of the city and county of san francisco with dedication for five years, whereas supervisor chu was happily crunching numbers and keeping the city fiscally sound as a deputy budget director when she was appointed in september 2007. whereas supervisor chu not only brought her trustical klatch era long with her to the board of supervisors, but also her budget prowess, all of which were of incredible importance as she served four out of her five years on our board's budget and finance committee and i would just add to this surpassing the expectations of her toughest critics. whereas supervisor chu served on the golden gate bridge highway and transportation district board, the county transportation authority, abag, health system board member. whereas supervisor chu has always been a class act with a level prof
that led to a death of a ten-year-old girl. we'll check out to a ferry when a boat colli >>. >> katie: good evening. i'm bait ama daetz. two people were seriously injured. the boat was moving at a high speed whether the two collided. you can see the damage that happened to the boat. the it happened near tiburon. the ferry had 500 people on board but none of them was injured. >> the person was walking near john daly boulevard when it collided with the bus. the woman will survive the crash did not disrupted moob l muni service. >> firefighters did not get to a trapped girl. tomas ramon has more on the deadly apartment fire. >> reporter: this is video taken early saturday morning. it shows two apartments on gate view avenue obscured by a mountain of flames. inside a ten-year-old girl was trapped. they heard next-door a pounding on her door about 12:30 a.m. >> we came out and saw the flames were bursting out the windows and the baby was crying. we tried to get to her. we couldn't get to her in time. >> the family who is now homeless managed to get the family out safely. they brought a few of th
was released from prison after serving time for robbery, jeffrey shiflet. he sentthreatening letters to katie from prison. >> he had been threatening her for a long time including threatening others like judges, and the police. >> the police knew shif let was a threat to katie and they say he continually violated his parole by making threats but he had no fixed address so they tried to protect had l. the safety plan included her staying at her mother's house can which would be visited several times a day by police officerings but on tuesday, katie did not follow the plan. >> we thought she would return to her home in the pikesville precinct where the suspect knew she lived. >> and that's where she was killed but her mother says she did tell police she would spend time at her apartment on tuesday. >> she knew she was going to be there. we asked them thursday for a safety plan flt we stat there for one hour with them for a safety plan. we've beenasking for five years and we never got it. >> jeffrey shiflet was arrested yesterday in the woods behind katie's mother's home. policewould not
... it's that you're not fine. you're lonely. >> katie: okay. let's say good night to daddy. >> bill: [ chuckles ] >> katie: good night, daddy. >> bill: come here, big boy. >> katie: good night. >> bill: come here. come here. oh, look at you! what are you doing, you know? you're running mom ragged, and on valentine's day. that's not cool. >> katie: he's getting a cold. i'm gonna take him to the doctor tomorrow. >> bill: how are you doing? >> katie: i'm exhausted. [ laughs ] >> bill: katie. >> katie: hmm? >> bill: you can't overdo it.
illnesses. one of the most courageous people i know is katie and she is here with us in the front row and i have known her for many, many years and her mom. katie was diagnosed with cancer just when she was one year old. that is any parents' nightmare and katie and her family went through a tremendous struggle trying to deal with this tumor that was discovered and by the time she was seven years old, the family went to st. jude in memphis and had a successful radiation treatment. katie is doing well today, but she's still worried about her condition and the family will soon return to memphis as she often does to make sure that she's going to stay on this path to having her life work again. and i know -- [applause] >> come up here and see her smile, she has the best and most brightest smile than anybody i know. it's an inspiration. her mom and her family are interested in seeing smarter federal investment in childhood cancer and for us to continue to play that role that can make life work for families like katie's again. prayers do help, but we have got to pray that the scientists and resear
enthusiastically excited to welcome katie tang to the board. of course, always remember her when she was an intern in the mayor's office and doing -- at the time what seemed like menial taskses. it's amazing when you do things people aren't paying attention and you build on them incrementally how it can manifest into something very great and katie has already an outstanding public record that she can stand on as a result of being under your leadership and your tutelage. so, i'm excited for san francisco to have a new assessor-recorder. you are going to do amazing things in sacramento, but now we have an opportunity to get, i don't know, lack of better way to describe describe it, one of our own, bring an interesting policy perspective. and i would imagine that carmen will be introducing legislation from her seat downstairs. how the new role should be staffed. if you need a piece of candy, send up a text message. we'll bring you a piece down. thank you. >> thank you, supervisors. supervisor campos. * >> thank you, president chu. iu. and supervisor chu, i'll be very brief. i think it's probably fair
america" team is joining in on the phone. >> katie marzullo is live in new orleans to tell us more. >> good morning. consider this: new orleans is a party. the super bowl is a party. "good morning america" is a party and you put them together and you have the tailgate party of gma. they are breaking down the set they have set up in the french quarter but it was so much fund -- fun. fans were lined up, waiting to most sam and josh this morning before the sun even came up. the guys throwing the football around, shaking hands, chatting people up and having a good time. when i talked to them i asked who they are rooting positive and you will like the answer. >> they are asking me who i am rooting for which is like picking the game but i don't --. >> you can root? >> you can root. >> i will root for san francisco. >> root for san francisco. >> why not? i am hearing for san francisco. >> can i get some kaepernicking? can you say that? >> this is about the coaches. >> that's the quaterback. >> understand, it took a week to explain to sam it is the one with the oblong shape that we kick an
, less than 32 hours in new orleans to kickoff. katie marzullo is joining us live from the french quarter and you have been having too much fun. >> reporter: yes, i had so much fun. this morning, maybe because this city is crawling with 49er fans. everywhere i look someone is in a jersey or hat. i'm proud to be in their ranks. everyone having fun and so excited that the niners are in the superbowl. as you know many are calling this the bar bowl because the brothers held a news conference with everyone wants to know about the rivalry, if they helped each other. how they will feel after the game. one of the more interesting things that came out of it, the brothers talking about their mom jackie who is more competitive than any of them. >> nobody in the family has more competitive fire than my mother. she competes like a maniac. she is just always believed in us. that is the most important thing to me. she believed in me and john and took us to games and played catch with us and shot baskets with us. >> no one would fight more than our mom. no matter what the situation was or teach us how to
too. anderson, back to you. >>> just ahead, when larry king went on a date with katie couric, the ridiculist is next. ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...you'll bust your brain box. ♪ all on thinkorswim from td ameritrade. ♪ try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain out of arthritis. >>> time now for the ridiculist. tonight we're adding anyone, and i mean anyone who doubts that larry king is a ladies man. that's right, folks. i hope you're ready. because you sure as heck do not need cinemax tonight. you know i love me some larry king, a friend of mine, a former colleague, a great broadcaster. he's a living legend, nobody like him. he's so legendary that the event in question happened decades ago in washington, d.c. i'm referring to a date he went on with, wait for it, katie couric. yeah, that katie couric, who lucky for us recalled the experience in viv
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workouts can mix up to five participant with a trainer via webcam. the wall street journal's katie barrett tried it out. >> i think they're really an appealing option for people who don't want to leave their home, don't want to make a commitment to a gym, really enjoy workout classes and like that personal one on one with a trainer. >>reporter: wello group workout classes start at $10 an hour. and those meteorites in russia last week went viral, the shallow was the fastest video event to ever reach 100 million views. those are your "tech bytes." have a great day. i'm rob nelson. ever since mom and dad have been working with viva, people have been daring them to clean up tough messes. my fans think a paper towel can't handle this. that is tough when wet. (peggy) grab viva, and break the rules on all your tough messes. >>> 11 minutes after 6:00. it is a big day here at abc. "good morning america" cohost robin roberts returns to the anchor desk. she left the show back in august due to health reasons and she had a bone marrow transplant that she need today treat a rare blood disorder. but sh
in one hour. back to you. >> thank you. >> katie has a pretty good idea. you can stay up all right. >> all right. katie is all over the news out of new orleans today, tweeting this picture of counterfeit merchandise that immigration showed off today. the feds told katie they sized 163,000 counterfeit items this season alen. it's part of a crack down it's part of a cb-[ operation r. ear in the bay area, they seized merchandise in just one week. officials say it's a bigger problem. niners head into the super bowl and its everywhere. >> yesterday a guy piled stuff on the table and started to sell it. so... later on that day we took his stuff. it's aggressive and out there. it's every day. >> operation red zone is a joint effort. >> local law enforcement will increase staffing just in case fans get out of hand. police were able to handle whatever came up but this sunday could be different. alcohol and a niners win could cause some trouble well. hope not, though. >> nasage if you're going celebrate do it in a way that doesn't require to you drive. plan ahead, get a cab. stay the night.
in counterfeit goods since september. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo will have more on the crackdown from new orleans. >> the 49ers are facing another issue surrounding l gbtv issues. linebacker brooks and a tackle did not know a video they took part in was actually supporting gay teen rights saying they first denied recalling being in the video and thought it was to prevent bullying. four of the 49ers were featured aiming to fight the bullying of teens. the project founder says the video has been removed from their site without explaining why. >> this comes on the heels of an apology from 49er defensive back for his antigay comments he made during an interview with a radio personality. he said he did not feel it in his heart and will learn. the 49er c.e.o. was embarrassed by the comments called them "dumb" and viewed it as a learning experience for the team^. turn to abc7 to see the celebrations with our news team in new orleans live on the air with an up-to-the-minute look how fans are reacting here and in the big easy. >> other news at 4:34, the man who swing determined 40 people out of hi
five-year-old boy. it reminds us of another terrifying kidnapping, 20 years ago, her name was katie beers. she was held captive in a coffin sized box for 27 days. the these are actual pictures of the room she was held in. fast forward to today. she is now a 30-year-old mother of two. he is embracing her silence with a new memoir. if there is anyone out there what this little boy is going through, it would be katie and she will join us next hour for a live interview. >>> new white house reaction. this hour to today's unemployment report showing the jobless rate going up. jay carney. positive instead of pointing to signs of improvement. it did add jobs last month, more carney reminded reporters of the bad economy that this administration inherited. >> when this president took office in january 2009 we were in the miss of the worst recession sings the great depression. we were hemorrhaging jobs something like three-quarters of a million jobs a month. and hole dug by that recession in jobs terms was more than 8.5 million. >> how much work needs to be done. >>. four years since president
, take a listen to this. he appeared on abc's "katie" and shared a voice mail he said was from his girlfriend lennay. >> i'm calling to say good night. i love you, i know you're probably doing homework or you're with the boys. but i do love you. good night. >> if you thought that voice sounded like a woman's, you fell for it too. tuiasosopo said it was him. he agreed to do the voice, but only behind a privacy screen. >> hey, babe, i'm calling to say good night and i love you. i know that you're probably doing homework or with the boys. but i wanted to say i love you and good night. >> dr. phil asked him to do the voice again. this time leaving a voice mail from his home phone while a producer from the show watched. >> hi, babe, i'm calling to say good night. i love you. i know you're probably doing homework or with the boys or grubbing -- i'll be okay tonight. i'll do my best. yeah. get your rest and i'll talk to you tomorrow. love you so much, hon, sweet dreams. >> dr. phil said three voice analysts said tuiasosopo's voice matched the one on the voice mail. he also said there was
'm katie patricione, they did issue budget projections last week for the next two year fiscal period, 13-14 and 14-15. the mayor's office is currently projecting a 263 million dollar deficit for that two year period and that shortfall results from approximately 344 million dollars in known cost increases which is offset by 81 million dollars in estimated revenue growth over the same period. as always, this gap will have to be closed by the time the mayor submits his report, general funding departments reduced our budget, our general fund support by 3% over the next two fiscal years and they've asked us to make a 1 and a half percent cut in 13-14 and a 1 and a half percent cost in 14-15, the budget reduction targets that we received from the mayor's budget office are 465 thousand dollar reduction next year and a 558 thousand dollar reduction the next year, so in the scope of the budget reduction that they have received over the last three or four years, this is eminently manageable. two years ago, we were asked to make a 20% budget cut, so this is something that feels like we can accomp
or the two. >> we got a new update. the search is under difficult winter conditions. now, katie marzullo is joining us live. >> the sheriff in san bernardino says right now more than 100 officers are searching for christopher dorner. they certained all night. the sheriff says dorner has had plenty of time to league big bear but they do not know if he has left. there is no evidence one way or the other. there are empty cabins in the mountain where the truck was found. officers are searching those. the hunt continues on the ground. >> the fire and ourselves have a snowcap. we put our swat guys in the snow cat and armored personnel carriers with chains. we are on the mountain on the roads with that equipment. >> no one is taking chances. schools in san bernardino are closed for a second day as police continue to search for the man they say opened fire on four police officers killing one of them. christopher dorner's truck was found smoldering but there is still no sign of him. we don't know what he will do. we know what he is capable of. >> as long as he is loose officers are guarding serve
. the search is under difficult winter conditions. now, katie marzullo is joining us live. >> the sheriff in san bernardino says right now more than 100 officers are searching for christopher dorner. they certained all night. the sheriff says dorner has had plenty of time to league big bear but they do not know if he has left. there is no evidence one way or the other. there are empty cabins in the mountain where the truck was found. officers are searching those. the hunt continues on the ground. >> the fire and ourselves have a snowcap. we put our swat guys in the snow cat and armored personnel carriers with chains. we are on the mountain on the roads with that equipment. >> no one is taking chances. schools in san bernardino are closed for a second day as police continue to search for the man they say opened fire on four police officers killing one of them. christopher dorner's truck was found smoldering but there is still no sign of him. we don't know what he will do. we know what he is capable of. >> as long as he is loose officers are guarding serve locations and dozens of people pot
are talking even milder weather in the seven-day outlook. i will have that later. katie. >> thank you. and the weather will be lovely for the oscars down in hollywood. no clouds and plenty of stars. barbra streisand and adel will sing. we have a preview. good morning, craig. >> good morning, katie. the stars should begin arriving at the theater in about seven hours. it may well be a historic night, and why not? so many of those cop contenders for best pictures this year are all about history. >> they are sprucing up the newly-named hall of the oscars. what was the kodak is now the dolby theater. momentum is building for "argo" to win best picture tonight. his film has done well on the award circuit. but while he was snubbed in the same category at the oscars, affleck says he doesn't feel slighted. best actress may be another category contested. and silver lining's playbook jennifer lawrence won the golden globe. >> but she's also only 23, 24-year-old. >> he's considered a shoe-in for a record best actor. and hathaway for best supporting actress. what she's looking forward tonight is s
city hall. katie tang has been appointed to be the assessor, and the 29 year old has been an aide to him for five years. both tang and chu will be sworn in tomorrow. >> new this morning, hewlett-packard c.e.o. is among dozens of prominent republicans throwing their support behind a fight to overturn california's proposition 8 which beens same-sex marriage. "new york times" reports whitman and others have signed a legal brief headed to the supreme court that argues gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry. other prominent republicans who signed the brief include former presidential candidate jon huntsman, and former new jersey governor and former massachusetts governors. the supreme court will hear arguments on if it is constitutional. a balloon accident kills more than a dozen tourists and a san francisco man was near the scene. your chance to buy a piece of california history. gold coins that made a san rafael teacher a rich man are going on the auction >> in egypt the death toll from a hot air balloon crash has risen to 19. a british tourist and the pilot are the o
live team coverage and katie marzullo has new information on gunman and the fallen officers. but, first, our news reporter, live at the santa cruz police department. cornell? >> as you said we are waiting for a news conference to begin here at santa cruz police headquarters where we hope to learn more information about the shooting which claimed the life of two veteran police officers. as you can see a memorial to the fallen officers continues to grow here in the courtyard at this small community. >> stunned neighbors are returning to their homes near the scene of a dramatic gun battle, the garage doors were part of the deadly shootout and are rid eled witholds. >> he came out shooting at the cops. >> the veteran police officers were killed when they approached the home on branciforte avenue conducting an investigation where police say the 35-year-old suspect, jeremy goulet mate them with gunfire. >> i heard about a dozen gunshots. it was loud. >> two cars, one with bullet holes were removed from the crime scene today. we were overhead as the manhunt unfolded on tuesday. an hour later h
talking exclusively with katie couric with the want report. tonight a first look right here with abc's john schriffen. >> reporter: for the first time since the penn state sex scandal broke, we're hearing from sue paterno, the widow of joe paterno in this exclusive interview that will air tomorrow on katie. >> what was your reaction when you first heard about this, the allegations that jerry sandusky had molested boys? >> horror. disbelief. it is still hard to accept. but when i read the first charge, i actually got physically ill. i couldn't read anymore for a couple days. >> reporter: after the university commiggedzed an investigation led by louis freeh, his report said paterno knew what was going on, but cared more about his football team than reporting the abuse to police. >> our lives are about children and making them better, not hurting them. so it's vile is probably the best word i can think of. >> she's defending the legacy of joe paterno. a new report claims the initial investigation presented boot penn state board of trustees had has no evidence paterno deliberately covere
and got fired. >> and now his widow spoke to katie. >> and a cheerleader is bullied, but turns a cheek. find out why she is the most popular person online. my achy feet made it tough to play with billy. until he got his number. right! the machine showed me my pressure points on my feet, and it gave me my custom number. my arches needed more support. in two minutes, the dr. scholl's foot mapping center showed me my free foot map and my number. i'm a 440. that matched up to the dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic inserts with the support i needed. now, i play all day long! my feet. my number. my inserts. go to drscholls.com to find your closest walmart with a foot mapping center. i'm a believer! >>> in tonight's health alert, encouraging news about the teen birthrate. the number of 15 to 19-year- olds having babies dropped by 19% last year. the decline is likely because of an emphasis on counseling and better contraceptives. >> these kinds of contraceptives keep kids from getting pregnant. they're safe in teens. that's the new news over the past few years. that's endorsed by the cdc, by the
a few questions that will just blow our minds. >> oh, we do. okay. first up we have katie. >> hi, katie. >> hi, katie. >> i was wondering what is your guys' favorite thing about california? >> can i tell you what my favorite thing about california is? right here right now this sunshine. this sunshine in february. this sunshine. perfect. >> you keep reminding yourself you're in the dead of winter here. mine is that exactly all for the fact that my children are out here. you want to be where your kids are. >> okay. next up we've got julie, and she's going to ask something about your earliest drink. i can only wonder if it's age or time of day. either one will be interesting. >> time of day. what's the earliest in the morning that you drink? >> that is very personal. >> sorry. we got you a drink. >> okay. now is probably a good time. >> our earliest is 10:00. that's when our show starts. we don't have our first show until the show begins. at 10:00. >> well, sometimes we're on the earlier hours, they have wine tastings and things, but that's not our fault. that's just our job. >> we are doi
-old katie is one of the many women marching to commemorate the centennial anniversary. >> this is really exciting. i'm marching in honor and grat today for women who fought for a right i have never binge without. it is beautiful that the community came together to do this today because it means a lot. >> reporter: it is a community effort. men and women, fathers and daughters took part. >> it is so nice to see such a variety of people here that care about what happened 100 years ago. >> reporter: there are new differences from today and 100 years ago. warmer clothes, comfortable shoes. these men and women are walking three blocks. the fact it is raining creates some hardship. >> i woke up this morning this is perfect. we're not marching to washington, d.c. right now. it is nice that we have a little bit of a challenge and a struggle. >> reporter: it is hard to imagine what it is not to vote. for young women like katie it is all of the mere reason to be thankful for what they have. >> because i have always had that privilege, it is just -- it doesn't means a much anymore. so, is nice t
america takes over the french quarter. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo will join us live from new orleans with the behind the scenes look at the . >> just one day to go before the 49ers are facing the baltimore ravens in the super bowl. the stars were out in the french quarter when gma set up a tailgate party. abc reporter katie marzullo joins us live. katie, i'm substituting for you this morning so you can party? >> i very much appreciate that, carolyn. good morning. hi to lisa argen, as well. i have to tell you this morning the sun is brilliant. the sky is blue. the wind is crisp. we are enjoying a quiet morning. a nonparty moment here in new orleans. i guess they don't like to get up too early on the weekends here. what you are seeing behind me is the espn experience. very elaborate outdoor studios. it's also where gma brought the tailgate party yesterday morning. i got to hang out with josh and sam and meet a few other celebrities in the mix there. >> fans, fanfare and, yes, love for the 49ers. >> i'm an nfc guy so i guess, listen, this is what it is going to sound like once,
continues with katie marzullo live in new orleans. >> good morning, katie. >> afternoon, kristen and eric. we took a walk over here to jackson square, grabbed a newspaper along the way, here is the headlines "electrifying, baltimore survivors the san francisco second half surge." that was in reference to what happened at the superdome. the power went out early in the second half for a full 34 minutes, the have dome was dark, with the exception of emergency lighting so it is not that fans were plunged into pitch darkness but not bright enough for the players to play so a very strange moment and strange if the players to sit that out and lose the momentum. it was the turning point for the 49ers. >> did the power outage make a difference? >> the momentum shifted after that. to our favor, actually, and we weren't going to win that game. >> as we have learned in our week here in new orleans, the morning half always means cleaning up. you heard the small street sweeper goes by makes a lot of noise and the pavement is a little bit wet, clearly ravens fans had a big party and 49er fans had a grea
to deal with, going through something like this at such a young age. joining me now is katie beers. you may remember as a child, she was kidnapped by a neighbor, a family friend. thank you so much for being with us. she details her harrowing details of the event "buried memories." you went through your own unimaginable ordeal. we have pictures from when you were kidnapped. what is going through your mind tonight as you see this coverage of the situation in alabama and what this little boy must have been through? >> i am ecstatic that ethan has been retrieved safe and sound, it seems, from the reports i've heard. as for my ordeal, i just keep thinking about the effects of it being deprived sunlight, nutritious food and human contact. and how much i wanted to have a nutritious meal, see my family, have contact other than john esposito. >> that was the man who took you. i mean, you were abused over the course of those days. and i know basically fed kind of junk food the entire time. to this day, what lingering effects does that experience have? >> to this day, the effects that i have are s
from katie holmes. and it turns out, the tabloid isn't going down without a fight. now, a publisher is threatening to play hard ball by demanding very personal details from the hollywood megastar. >> the question is, will he cave? >>> also this morning, a medical miracle straight out of science fiction. restoring a woman's sight using a bionic eye. it's an extraordinary story. that's coming up a little later in the broadcast. >>> we're going to start with a little insult to injury in the weather department. one week after that paralyzing snowstorm in the northeast, more on the way. and abc news meteorologist, ginger zee, who also tracks john schriffen for us, is on the case this morning. ginger, what's going on? >> good morning. it's a relative dusting, compared to what happened last week. but it's going to hit some new areas. let's talk about the area of raleigh because they were prepping for the snow. if they get one to two inches, it's a big deal down there. so, parts of north carolina, south carolina, and virginia, today through early tomorrow, do expect one to three overall. an
painful impact here in the bay area. katie marzullo is live at the fell. ing in san francisco. katie? >> i have talked with federal employees at the federal building and no one wants to go on camera as you might imagine, it is a sensitive subject but one man said his department would be affected. he and the co-workers are paid differently but some of them could be furloughed right away. that would impact his job, as well, because if they are not doing their job, he cannot do his job. another woman said she has worked many years and threatened with furloughs more than once and it never materialized. many say they have not been told much about it until this point but they certainly expect to know more about it tomorrow at the latest. we know the furloughs reached beyond the federal building here in san francisco, we know the f.a.a. furloughs could impact local airports such as sfo, could lead to flight delays for passengers and also, four air control towers are at risk of closing, and defense jobs are on the line, 64,000 jobs, civilian defense jobs, could be furlough ed throughout california
want. >> coming up, how president and mrs. obama celebrated valentine's day. talk show host katie couric is at the center of a strange investigation. how >> talk show host katie couric is at the center of a bizarre investigation. nypd is looking into a series 911 calls originating from a phone line that had been .egistered to her late husband he died in 1998 after a battle with colon cancer. york dailyo the new news, that phone line dials 911 tuesday around 2:00 a.m. there have been at least 10 instances of the phone calls since last month. experts believe a hacker is using a device to hijack that phone line. >> president obama did not let a work stop him from day withng valentine's the the first lady. in thet to dinner district. he said that getting flowers is have a roseyou right outside the white house. looks like they had a good time. it's 37 degrees. >> still ahead, an alert for iphone users.
cell phone. this is weird. >>> the phone made from the husband of katy couric. >>> and a couple known for their acting ability how they are trying their hand in the business world. what they are up to now. >>> temperatures are above average this morning and that will continue into the afternoon. we will take a nose dive. >> and no delays on 695 west of york road. what the traffic looks like on 95 and 83. that's coming up on good morning maryland. >>> and 5:23. katy couric is the in an investigation. they are looking at calls originating from a phone line registered to her late husband. he died in 1998 after a battle with colon cancer but his phone dials 911 every tuesday around 2 a.m. there have been at least ten instances of this since last month some believe that spoofing is to blame for the calls. it is illegal technique in which a hacker use as device to hijack a phone line. >>> time to give a power couple a toast. brad pitt and angelina and jolie will release their wine. they are expected to release organic -- release organic whites and reds this year. >> maybe could you do the c
sweetheart? you're a doll. >> hey, katie, how's everything going? >> we got katie holmes. in l.a. >> wow. >> she's at a private residence, a party for oscar stuff. >> this must have been an important party. she flew out here, went to that party, turned around six hours later and went back to new york. >> you're kidding. there are so many oscar parties. >> there are about 37 parties. for anything. they have the qvc red carpet style party. >> hilarious. >> it's awesome. i went last year. >> how the hell -- i don't get invited to any of these things. >> i'm what you call a buzz kill. >> you are. you walk in and it's like everybody walks out. >> you look marvelous. >> coming up -- >> we got michael moore and he's with emad burnat. the palestinian director who got stopped at the airport. is it really that crazy what they did to this guy? >> if you google his name from the passport. >> you want national security relying on wikipedia, really? >> next "tmz," lindsay lohan, porn, that's it. >> finally. >> calm down, she's not there yet. >> it's a porn spoof of lindsays movie the canyons which sou
.u.v. pulls up in front of katie holmes house. the nanny gets a kid out and she walks in. a couple minutes later another kid is taken out of the car wearing the same exact outfit, long brown hair. >> swear to god. >> what if they hired twins to play the part of their baby? >> that would be the best story that would ever happen in the history of forever. >> that would be so cool. >> never knew. >> yeah, that would be amazing. >> what was it? >> pair tribe. they got to get the pair back together. >> she is here from england to get the parents back together. >> this is scientology stuff if i've ever heard it. >> katie hid the twin. >> she's afraid somebody is going to steal one. now she can come out with it. all making sense now. >> i came here because creativity fuels everything. >> it's kanye west in concert in london on one of his crazy rants. what is this about? the grammys, evil corporations. obama has been replaced by a robot duplicate? >> oh dear god, he just dissed jay-z sort of indirectly. are you insane man? >> just like everybody else in the world, kanye west doesn't like suit and
and gentlemen. welcome to another quarterfinal match. katie, nilai, and brittany, pick up those signaling devices. you are going to work right now in the first round. here are the categories for you. and things that occurred... alex: brittany, you start. breakfast cereals for $200, please. alex: katie. what are rice krispies? correct. breakfast cereals for $400, please. brittany. what are cocoa puffs? good. cereals for $600. buzz bee, seen here, is the masr this cereal that was introduced in 1979. katie. what are honey nut cheerios? you got it. fill in the book title for $200, please. brittany. what are "greattations"? yes. fill in the book title for $400. katie. what is "the time machine"? expecs. books for $600. brittany. what is "go tell it on the mountain"? you got it. book for $800. brittany. what is "the tin drum"? that's it. book for $1,000.
from morning news reporter katie this is her new friend. it's her map. he's a craw fish. good news for herman celebrity mascot now and not somebody's dinner. we are come back in just a few minutes with some football news. ravens have changed the practice facilities and they have joined the 49ers. we'll explain all that coming up in just a few minutes later on in sports. back to you. >> thanks very much. we appreciate see you shortly. larry of and others send out great behind the scenes update and retweeting the best of them on our web site. live reports continue all week through superbowl sunday here on abc 7. we notice will watch the game and it's terrific but afterwards turn back to us our team is in the new orleans and bay area we are live on the air with up to the minute look at how the niner fans are reacting here and in the big easy as well. >> young man called vallejo police for help and got smack down by vet rap of sir, you see it happen. dan is here with an investigation you will see only on abc 7 news. >> the entire incident captured on video. >> i know who i'm talk
actually benefits in san francisco. and, katie, supervisor tang, supervisor to become tang, i'm really excited to work with you and i've always felt that you've been a great representative for supervisor chu's office. and now you'll be a great representative for district 4 as well. so, i wish you all the best. i'm actually very curious to see who your [speaker not understood] is going to be. [laughter] >> thank you. >> supervisor kim. >> thank you. so, in november 2006, i actually won my first elected office. and i remember actually my predecessor came up to me and he said, you know, you were the surprise of that election, because i had come in first place and he thought i had come in third or not win at all. he was like, you and ed chiu. and i remember for several months i actually had the honor of being the youngest elected official in san francisco, i think for a couple months. and then soon thereafter we all know it happened, and carmen chu came in and was sworn into office. i actually remember that press conference that we spoke at. and i remember being like, ah, i can no longer h
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